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- Tell your stories in numbers — making mining the data easy.
- Pitch it real good: How to tell stories the news media is looking for and develop your own compelling, pitchable story.
- Got Google+? It should be at the heart of your social media plan.
- Advocacy does not = lobbying: Get beyond just meeting with legislators to actually changing public policy.
- Develop an “elevator speech.”
- Use your smartphone to tell and distribute your story, cheaply and easily.
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How does the past live within us and influence our current actions? Who determines how nations remember painful pasts?
Join us for an engaging dialogue with renowned scholars Hugo Rojas Corral, Dr. Francesca Lessa, and Jeff Kelly Lowenstein that will use Chile’s grappling with historical memory and indifference 40 years after the Pinochet coup to consider these issues here in the United States and in other countries.
When: May 20, 2014
- 6:00-6:30 p.m. Refreshment
- 6:30-8:00 p.m. Introduction by Susy Schultz, Community Media Workshop; panel discussion; presentation of Jon Lowenstein’s photographs; and audience Q&A.
Where: 33 E. Congress, Rm. 219
What: A panel discussion on how memory shapes history. Photographs of Chile’s past, present and future by award-winning photographer Jon Lowenstein, co-owner of NOOR, will be shown, too.
Hugo Rojas Coral, Professor of Sociology of Law, University Alberto Hurtado, Santiago, Chile.
Dr. Francesca Lessa, Postdoctoral Researcher, Transitional Justice & Human Rights
Jeff Kelly Lowenstein, Lecturer Columbia College, Fulbright Scholar, 2013.
Jon Lowenstein, Photographer